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Old 03-16-2015, 10:41 AM   #1
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Microfiber towels

What does everyone use and how do you like them?


My order of eagle blue edgeless towels came in from The Rag Company and I'm seriously impressed. I'm gonna have to retire my collection of Chinese made towels, because Korean made towels are no joke.
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The Rag Company towels are great for the price. A little higher up in quality are the towels at Autogeek, but only get them as part of a BOGO sale or 20%+. CG also has some decent towels, although mine became kinda rough after about 20 uses. And of course Meguiars Supreme Shine towels are great.
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Bought initial ones from Adams Polishes, but have bough majority from Rag Company. Can't beat price and quality. Eagle Edgless blue and orange, Everest 1100 and 800 are my favorites.
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How big a towel do you use to dry the whole car or do you guys use multiple towels
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I use (and have used for 20+ years) the tried and true....good ol shammy!! Not the hoopty shamwow, a real shammy. I use Meguiars supreme shine towels when I need a regular towel though

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So like "the absorber" that they sell at autozone
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It seems weird to use microfiber towels to dry your car, I've always used a chamois towel as well. Wipe, wring out, wipe again. Gets no easier than that, haven't seen any scratches yet.
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Waffle weave microfiber all the way, usually two large ones
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What does everyone use and how do you like them?


My order of eagle blue edgeless towels came in from The Rag Company and I'm seriously impressed. I'm gonna have to retire my collection of Chinese made towels, because Korean made towels are no joke.
Those are my favorite towels for doing safe rinseless washes on my Mustang. They have a nice super soft high pile to them which is great for such a purpose. They are a different style of microfiber towel that I really like.

If you want to get the best money can buy, nothing can compete with Microfiber Madness towels though. Korean microfiber hand assembled in Germany. Super soft and will not lint. My Eagle blues will leave lint behind even after multiple washes. The Microfiber Madness crazy pile is almost the same type of towel only it will not lint. Also the Dry Me Crazy towel is the best drying towel out there IMO. On a different level than standard waffle weave drying towels.

I have tried a lot of different towels through the years from Costco yellows, to various Adams towels, premium Cobra microfiber from Autogeek, and am now am slowly adding to my Microfiber Madness arsenal. They are pricey buy oh so worth it! Microfiber Madness - www.CarPro-US.com
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The rag company has everything you need and the price is reasonable. Please stay away for China towels.
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I vote for the good old shammy!
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So like "the absorber" that they sell at autozone
I typically use a genuine chamois followed closely by waffle weave microfiber to get those last little droplets, here and there. However, looking into the "the absorber", it is a Synthetic Drying Chamois and looks and sounds promising. I think I'll give it a try.
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Just made an order for Rag Company towels!


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